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  1. de Vries, Erica ; Yotam Hod, Yotam ; Ahn, June (Ed.)
    From the first iteration of a design-based research study with 16 families, we investigated at-home intergenerational exploration of pollinators and plants. The team developed a mobile augmented reality app focused on plant-pollinator interactions. We investigated how AR elements influence families’ learning in their backyards. This analysis informs the design of mobile augmented reality apps that are site-independent for families’ collaborative learning opportunities in outdoor, home-based settings.
  2. From a design-based research study with 31 families, we share the design conjectures that guided the first two iterations of research. The team developed a mobile augmented reality app focused on water-rock interactions to make earth sciences appealing to rural families. We iterated on one design element, the augmented reality visualizations, to understand how these AR elements influence families’ learning behavior in a children’s garden cave as well as their resulting geosciences knowledge. This analysis is an example of how design conjecture maps can be used to support research and development of mobile computer-supported collaborative learning opportunities for families inmore »outdoor, informal learning settings.« less